You may be hesitant to tackle siding and window replacement projects in the winter, but there is no reason to put off these projects. When you partner with the right team of professionals, winter can actually be an advantageous time for replacing these key components of your home. Learn more about why you can and perhaps should replace your siding and windows in winter.

Convenient Scheduling

First and foremost, replacement companies won’t be as busy in the winter months. This means that it will be easier to schedule a convenient time for installation. They will have more flexibility and you won’t be forced to take the first available slot. In fact, if you call well ahead of time to make your appointment for the winter, you will have even more scheduling options.

Protect Landscaping

During the winter, much of your landscaping will be cut back and dormant. This makes it easier for crews to avoid doing any damage to plants and flowers. In the warmer months, installers will have to work around your landscaping, which can make projects take longer.

Reduce Utility Bills

Drafty windows and cracked siding can make it harder to adequately and efficiently heat your home. Not only does this make your home less comfortable, it also costs you more each month in utility bills. Installing new windows and/or siding will keep heat in the home and reduce your monthly utility bills.

Increase Property Value

New windows and siding will provide plenty of short-term benefits, but they will also increase the value of your home in the long-term. Updating these items will increase the inherent value of your home and add curb appeal. 

There is no reason why you should put off window and siding replacement projects until the spring. With the right team on your side, winter can be the right time for these installation projects. At Gerald Jones Company, our professionals can make all your home improvement projects simple and stress-free.